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The Snow Song by Sally Gardner

Genre: Fiction
Publisher: HQ Stories
Rating: 4/5
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About The Book

Perched on a mountain in a land of ancient forests is a village, rife with secrets. Cut off from the outside world it is run by the elders, men to whom tradition is all.
Edith lives alone with her alcoholic father who is forcing her to marry the village butcher. But she is in love with a shepherd who promised to return to her.
As the village becomes isolated in a sea of snow, Edith loses her power of speech. And it is this enchantment that will have far-reaching consequences, not only for Edith but for the whole village.


My Thoughts

Is your life yours or is a revival of a folklore tale?
This story is like living in a tale, where all the characters have a magnetic force, for good or bad, making the story powerful and magic that will let you mesmerized with this powerful book.
This is the story of Edith, she lives with her alcoholic father in a small village controlled by elders and their closed minds.
Everything will change when she will meet Demetrius, a shepherd, they fall in love instantly, but as an outsider of the village no one sees their relation with good eyes and the butcher (Edith suitor) forces them to make a promise that maybe will not be possible, arranging a forced marriage.
This is a story about love, but told with delicacy and full of fables intertwined within the story.; It will make the reader impossible to stop reading.
The story is beautiful, full of twists and mysteries but modern and strong, never doubt the power of the words, they are more harmful than we think.
If you are looking for a story to fall in love and never forget this is the book you are searching; you’ll want to read again and again.
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About The Author

Sally Gardner grew up and still lives in London. Being dyslexic, she did not learn to read or write until she was fourteen and had been thrown out of several schools, labeled unteachable, and sent to a school for maladjusted children. Despite this, she gained a degree with highest honors at a leading London art college, followed by a scholarship to a theater school, and then went on to become a very successful costume designer, working on some notable productions.
After the births of twin daughters and a son, she started first to illustrate and then to write picture books and chapter books, usually with fairytale- or otherwise magical subject matter. She has been called ‘an idiosyncratic genius’ by London’s Sunday Times.